The Dyson School’s Ravi Kanbur is a co-editor and author of the newly published “Urbanization in India: Challenges, Opportunities and the Way Forward.”
Cornell trustee Jan Rock Zubrow ’77 fulfilled a lifelong dream in December with a year-end gift to Cornell’s Department of Economics to establish the Zubrow Professorship of Economics.
Former White House chief economist Alan Krueger ’83 spoke about the future of the economy at the Cornell Club of New York Jan. 14.
Colleagues held a celebration and symposium to mark Per Pinstrup-Andersen’s retirement Dec. 13-14 following 40 years of combating world poverty and malnutrition.
Professors offered an inside look at Cornell's new economics department, their fields of study and current research projects June 8 at Reunion.
A New York City panel of leading economists, including under secretary of the treasury Mary John Miller '77, pointed to recent improvements in the economy.
An expert in public finance and monetary economics, Possen worked in the area of Keynesian economics.
A $4 million gift from Ed Meyer '48 has established the Edward H. Meyer Professorship of Economics, the first newly endowed professorship in the universitywide Department of Economics.
Three Cornell economists discussed economic policy in the context of the current recession and the upcoming election at an Oct. 26 panel in Ives Hall.
Want to earn more? Learn how your organization's compensation system works and how you fit into the picture, says ILR School Professor Kevin Hallock in his new book, 'Pay.'
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